Suppose you type the following command:
Debug displays the contents of the range in the following format:
04BA:0100 54 4F 4D 00 53 41 57 59-45 52 00 00 00 00 00 00 TOM.SAWYER......
If you type the d command without parameters, Debug formats the display as described in the
previous example. Each line of the display begins with an address that is 16 bytes
greater than the address on the previous line (or 8 bytes if you have a
For each subsequent d command you type without parameters, Debug displays the bytes immediately
following those last displayed.
If you type the following command, Debug displays the contents of 20h bytes,
starting at CS:100:
dcs:100 l 20
If you type the following command, Debug displays the contents of all bytes in
the range of lines from 100h through 115h in the CS segment:
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